My weaning philosophy is simple…give your baby healthy food whatever way works best for you…and don’t be a bitch about it. Unfortunately it’s not that simple for some other mums, who use it as another excuse to put other people down. I thought once we got to 6 months the breast/formula divide would dissolve away… Read More My weaning philosophy
As the days left of my maternity leave are rapidly decreasing I am trying to use the remaining time well by revisiting some of my favourite walks with my baby. As long as I’ve lived in the area Ardgillan Castle and Demesne has been one of my favourite spots for a walk. When I was… Read More Review – Ardgillan Castle
As much as possible I’m trying to prepare all my own food for my baby. I’m not an amazing cook, but at least I know what all the ingredients are, and I can adjust the consistency and tweak the quantities as I go along and learn, and as my baby develops. It’s also a great… Read More Baby Food Review – Pip & Pear
It’s not a question I ever thought I would have to answer, but recently as I walked up a lane to the supermarket I was confronted by a big rat. It stood bold as brass in the middle of the path in broad daylight. This wasn’t a cute pet rat, it was big with black… Read More Would I fight a rat for my baby?
She had her first experience of feeding the ducks… Read More Homeward bound
It must be very frustrating being a seven month old baby.… Read More The likes and dislikes of a 7 month old baby
I’m feeling proud of myself today. When my baby was napping I installed a new broadband router. Maybe it’s a sign I’ve been watching too much Hey Duggee! but I feel like I should get a badge, but instead I’ll just tell you about it. We are switching broadband providers so I needed to install… Read More A tangle of wires